A period of work placement within a degree programme is often viewed as pivotal in the development of today’s graduates, in the sense that academic disciplines and practical application can be interrelated, and key transferable skills practised and developed. The opportunity for you to apply your knowledge and skills in a fashion and textiles industry setting, whilst gaining experience from the atmosphere and pace of the workplace, helps to develop confidence, define future career goals and enhance employability.
Rosie Franklin at her placement at Tatty Devine
You can read about previous WSA students placement experiences here on MakeFuture and learn about the positive influence these have had on their education and future employability.
To assist in your search for a placement do ensure you visit or subscribe to the blog.soton.ac.uk/jobsboard and www.linkedin.com/in/winchester-school-of-art-fashion-textile-design-alumni
For advice and support contact your placement coordinator email@example.com